Street Racer is a racing video game published by Ubisoft for various systems. It was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994, Mega Drive/Genesis in 1995, PlayStation, Sega Saturn and Game Boy in 1996 and PC and Amiga in 1997. Inspired by Mario Kart, the go-kart themed game combined racing with comedy and beat 'em up influenced violence. The game was a success on the SNES and Mega Drive and received mixed reviews across platforms.
Identifier sg_Street_Racer_1995_Uft_Vivid_Image_EU_enMediatype softwareScanner Internet Archive Python library 0.5.2Publicdate 2014-05-06 04:13:06Addeddate 2014-05-06 04:13:06Emulator_ext binEmulator genesisCreator Ubisoft/Vivid ImageDate 1995Year 1995Language English
Street Racer is a go-kart racing game which combines racing with violence. Characters can strike opponents with their fists and must avoid explosives littered around the track. The game's characters (including Surf Sister and Frank Instein) possess unique power-ups such as the Screaming Banshee, Batmobile, magic carpet and tri-plane.
The game features the ability to race various championships beginning with the Bronze Championship and moving on to progressively more difficult competitions. An alternative one-on-one mode is also available. The game awards points for final race positions, with bonus points given for accolades such as fastest lap. The competitor with the most points after all races wins the Championship. The game includes a "Rumble" mode in which players attempt to force opponents from an arena. The "Soccer" mode is a free-for-all football match with one goal and in which players tackle by colliding with the opponent.